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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post

Yes I can wear a tee easily. I haven't tried on the others so I don't know the fit of them. I would imagine the cutoffs fit similar

Do you mind if I ask you your height/weight?
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Hi guys, I'm selling my second pairs of all my saint laurent tees - Put them all in one pic. Grey one is fluid silk version. All in size S except for mr X one which is a extra small but fits like small. All new except the red striped linen one from fw13 and the grey striped one from fw13. Hit me up if you want any of them :)

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Do you mind if I ask you your height/weight?

I'm 5-7 155. The small fits me at my height. I can button it too but I probably won't ever wear it buttoned.
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I'm 5-7 155. The small fits me at my height. I can button it too but I probably won't ever wear it buttoned.

Thanks, good to know. I'll probably grab the medium and see how it works out. Wouldn't mind it a little oversized actually.

@oakghost saw you had the oversized polka dot shirt. How's the fit on that one? Are you happy with it overall?
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Originally Posted by slann01 View Post
 

Hi guys, I'm selling my second pairs of all my saint laurent tees - Put them all in one pic. Grey one is fluid silk version. All in size S except for mr X one which is a extra small but fits like small. All new except the red striped linen one from fw13 and the grey striped one from fw13. Hit me up if you want any of them :)

 

Lower left, the Bruce Conner tee. I'd be very interested in that! 

post #9981 of 15690
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post

Thanks, good to know. I'll probably grab the medium and see how it works out. Wouldn't mind it a little oversized actually.

@oakghost saw you had the oversized polka dot shirt. How's the fit on that one? Are you happy with it overall?

My main issue is the length. I don't mind it oversized otherwise
post #9982 of 15690
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Originally Posted by slann01 View Post
 

Hi guys, I'm selling my second pairs of all my saint laurent tees - Put them all in one pic. Grey one is fluid silk version. All in size S except for mr X one which is a extra small but fits like small. All new except the red striped linen one from fw13 and the grey striped one from fw13. Hit me up if you want any of them :)

Looks cool

post #9983 of 15690
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Originally Posted by MickeyPunch View Post

Falcon put up their website a few days ago, the model is wearing Rag & Bone Fit 1.




I'd say Fit 1 is definitely roomier in the thighs and very tapered compared to SLP denim which seems quite straight. Fit 0 is skinnier.

Here's fit 1 in the same size as I can fit smallest in d02

Don't think I can do fit 0 but then again I do have big thighs!! Just posting for reference tho





SLP Same size
post #9984 of 15690
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Originally Posted by Death24xASecond View Post
 

 

Lower left, the Bruce Conner tee. I'd be very interested in that! 

 

Send me a private message man!

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Page 666 - The devil is making all this talk about Rag & Bone and Acne...

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@kieran84  maybe a little late by my coat is a 46, which is a size down from my leather and le smoking. i do have another blazer thats a 46 though. the coat in a 48 was too big, sleeves too long and shoulders way too wide. also, why don't you just get d02's altered to fit perfectly? fuck this other denim brand talk.

 

still waiting on my goddamn sunset teddy.

Thanks. I'm generally between sizes and need 50 in blazers with some waist suppression and the sleeves taken up a little. I tend to take L in t shirts and knitwear, and 40 in new shirts (39 in the older ones).

 

I remember trying the stand collar coat in 48 and it being very slightly small. I should really be able to fit 48 at 6'1 and about 147 lbs, so I think part of it is that I have quite a chest up shoulders back posture, and when buttoned the 48 kind of curved slightly going over the chest area. I haven't had the opportunity to try a 50, but based on the caban I tried in 50, I imagine it would be far too big. I'm caught between going slightly small or having pretty serious alterations done on the 50 (I don't really like the idea of that as it's a risk of it not coming out well enough). 

 

On jeans, if acne don't work out then I'll go with the D02s and alterations. Again though, I don't like the risk of them not coming out right. It's also hard to determine just how skinny to go in the knee area (don't want to end up with them being too tight when sitting etc.). I thought about having them altered to be the same as my AW 13 pairs, but I think the denim isn't as stretchy so there's a good chance that might not work out right.

post #9987 of 15690
I hear you man. I'm between a 46 and 48 in everything and in general don't like getting things altered too much. Especially Blazers. wouldnt risk the coat.
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Originally Posted by mcking View Post
 

Page 666 - The devil is making all this talk about Rag & Bone and Acne...

Eh to be fair, I remain deeply disappointed with my SLP D02s, bought from the FW15 collection. The knees are very baggy and the leg opening stretched so much that the whole point of a skinny fit was lost. I got it tailored down and continue to wear it, but I can recommend R&B's Fit 1 or 0 (if one wants an even slimmer fit) over SLP simply because I've worn them harder and they haven't lost all shape like the SLP denim. It's too bad they aren't waxed, or I'd stop wearing the SLP altogether. 

 

I regularly wear my Hedi 30s with the R&B and it actually looks even better than with D02.

post #9989 of 15690
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Originally Posted by Death24xASecond View Post
 

Eh to be fair, I remain deeply disappointed with my SLP D02s, bought from the FW15 collection. The knees are very baggy and the leg opening stretched so much that the whole point of a skinny fit was lost. I got it tailored down and continue to wear it, but I can recommend R&B's Fit 1 or 0 (if one wants an even slimmer fit) over SLP simply because I've worn them harder and they haven't lost all shape like the SLP denim. It's too bad they aren't waxed, or I'd stop wearing the SLP altogether. 

 

I regularly wear my Hedi 30s with the R&B and it actually looks even better than with D02.

 

 

wait what how did you stretch the leg opening

post #9990 of 15690
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Originally Posted by Death24xASecond View Post
 

Eh to be fair, I remain deeply disappointed with my SLP D02s, bought from the FW15 collection. The knees are very baggy and the leg opening stretched so much that the whole point of a skinny fit was lost. I got it tailored down and continue to wear it, but I can recommend R&B's Fit 1 or 0 (if one wants an even slimmer fit) over SLP simply because I've worn them harder and they haven't lost all shape like the SLP denim. It's too bad they aren't waxed, or I'd stop wearing the SLP altogether. 

 

I regularly wear my Hedi 30s with the R&B and it actually looks even better than with D02.


it is too loose on the inner thighs

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